Another 5-star waffle recipe found on Mr.Breakfast.com I'm on a search for great waffle recipes to use with my new waffle iron. Trying to get them all into one place for easy access -- in my case, that would be Zaar, my home away from home, LOL! Hope you enjoy!
This is the recipe I use for my family and its always a hit. I use an equal amount of finely chopped hard boiled egg added to a can of tuna (I prefer the albacore tuna). For those who don't care for a strongish fish flavor in their tuna salad, this'll do it for you. It truely is awesome. Enjoy!
This recipe was adapted from a version in "The Way to Cook" by Julia Child as printed in the April 2008 issue of bon appetit. The article claims that this is an easy foolproof recipe for this souffle. I've yet to try it yet but can't wait. I've never made a souffle before -- too many stories of failures for me to bother. This has changed my mind.
The secret to making superquick, Asian-style noodle soups is to enliven canned chicken broth with classic Vietnamese flavorings. I came across this recipe on Cooks Illustrated and is a process I will use from here on out. For this soup, be sure to have all the vegetables and herbs ready at hand. As I have not prepared this yet, my prep time and cook time are estimates.
This sounds sooooo good. I found it in the bon appetit magazine and can't wait to try it. If you get to it first, let me know what you think. The preparation time has not been added because I've yet to make this, and I've guesstimated the time needed to cook.
This is a copycat recipe from the Cheesecake Factory. It is a "Top Secret Restaurant Recipes" authored by Todd Wilbur. I haven't made this yet, but it sounds very good. I think this will be a very easy recipe to prepare. Don't be intimidated by the long list of ingredients. there are three simple sauces that are part of this recipe. If you try this before I do, please review it and let me know how it turned out. Prep time is a guesstimation.
Since I have a beautiful and bountiful naval orange tree, I'm always looking for ways to use them in recipes. Here is a very nice, low calorie recipe that everybody in my family enjoy; I hope you do too. Cooking time is refrigeration time.
This is the perfect red menudo. It takes a long time to cook so you may want to try this on a weekend if you work outside the home, but believe me, it so very good and actually quite simple to prepare. This is a meal in itself. This is fairly spicy, but you can adjust the heat level by reducing the amount of ground red pepper. Enjoy!
Posting for ZWT III. This is a recipe posted on allrecipes.com. It was submitted by Helene. Her statement is as follows: "My mother has been making this Swiss steak for years. It is wonderful, and can be made either on the stove top or -- when you don't have a lot of time but want a hearty meal ready when you come home -- in the crock pot. Serve over a bed of egg noodles or rice with a hunk of thick crusty bread."
Another recipe being submitted for ZWT III. I found this on allrecipes.com and it was submitted by YAC2004. The recipes introduction states: These cookies are like little bites of Christmas. Cinnamon and cardamom flavor these little shortbread nuggets."
A favorite I'm posting from Allrecipes.com. I'm posting this for ZWT III. This recipe was submitted by Finn Roed who stated:
"Norwegian Christmas Cabbage is essentially a kind of sweet and sour sauerkraut, spiced with caraway seeds."
I'm posting this for ZWT III. I found this gem on Allrecipes.com. It was submitted by in da wings who states: "My Norwegian grandmother made this for us as a treat, and it continues to be a favorite my mother makes for my kids. Very easy and versatile. Serve rolled like a crepe with syrup or jam. Can also be a dessert stuffed with a sweetened cream cheese and lingon berry mixture."
This recipe was submitted to the Allrecipes.com website by MaryJane. This is her introduction. "This Moroccan recipe was passed down for generations in my family. We usually serve it on the Sabbath night and holidays. It is a favorite! This dish may be served hot or cold according to taste."
Another gem I discovered on the Allrecipes website. This recipe was submitted by Sarah and Annette. This is their statement regarding this dish. "Spices, spices, spices! This recipe is thick with 'em, and your taste buds will be thick with pleasure from Moroccan Chicken. This exotic tasting dish is a definite crowd pleaser!"